Sections – Phrumsengla National Park

TERMS OF REFERENCES (TOR) FOR SECTIONS AND FIELD RANGE OFFICES UNDER PHRUMSENGLA NATIONAL PARK

  1. Species Conservation & Monitoring Section
  • Coordinate and conduct research on flora and fauna
  • Implement Human-Wildlife conflicts mitigation measures
  • Maintain records of Human-Wildlife conflicts and mitigation measures
  • Document flora and fauna
  • Implement conservation activities.
  • Monitor and evaluate species conservation and management activities
  1. Resource Allocation & Management Section.
  • Provide efficient forestry services
  • Plan and coordinate anti-poaching program.
  • Focal unit for G2C, FIRMS and APA.
  • Conduct awareness program on forestry act, rules and policies.
  • Develop and implement local forest management plan
  • Maintain PNP database for all reports both in soft and hard copy.
  • Coordinate development and maintenance of infrastructure
  • Monitoring and evaluation of resource allocation sites.
  • Collaborate with NFI focal to coordinate and conduct NFI.
  1. Social Forestry and Extension Section
  • Develop, review and process approval of CF and NWFPs management plans
  • Facilitate establishment of Community forest and Non-Wood Forest Management groups
  • Monitoring and evaluation of CFs and NWFPs plans
  • Conduct and coordinate training and awareness activities to staff and relevant stake holders.
  • Support NWFPs product development and marketing.
  • Support domestication of commercially important NWFPs.
  • Implement plantation activities.
  • Evaluation and monitoring of plantation activities.
  • Management of forest fire
  • Initiate and promote ecotourism activities in collaboration with relevant stakeholders.
  • Compile information on the cultural and religious sites in and around the park.
  • Maintain the herbarium of the important plants found inside the park
  • Conduct environmental education and awareness campaigns
  • Implement watershed management activities
  • Management of visitor center and souvenir shop

7. Western Park Range Office (WPRO), Ura, Bumthang

Under the direct supervision of Chief Forest Officer, the Park Range Officer is entrusted with following activities:

  • Issue permit, mark and allot trees and NWFPs to the resident communities of the park
  • Coordinate patrolling within the Range’s jurisdiction
  • Settlement of offence case as per FNCR 2006
  • Maintenance of records in Forestry Information Database and submission of quarterly progress reports
  • Carry out inspection and issuance of forestry clearances for road alignment, transmission lines, irrigation channels, re-cultivations of private land, land lease, allotment of State Reserved Forests Land to govt. institutions, etc
  • Monitor the movement of forest produces
  • To assist section heads in carrying out project activities within WPRO jurisdiction.
  • Maintain record for his subordinates (leave records, travel and daily allowances, promotion, disciplinary action, etc)
  • To collect and timely deposit of government revenues generated from permits and fines against forest produce

8. Eastern Range Office (EPRO), Phawan, Lhuntse

Under the direct supervision of Chief Forest Officer, the Sr. Park Ranger is entrusted with following activities:

  • Issue permit, mark and allot trees and NWFPs to the resident communities of the park
  • Coordinate patrolling within the Range’s jurisdiction
  • Settlement of offence case as per FNCR 2006
  • Maintenance of records in Forestry Information Database and submission of quarterly progress reports
  • Carry out inspection and issuance of forestry clearances for road alignment, transmission lines, irrigation channels, re-cultivations of private land, land lease, allotment of State Reserved Forest Land to govt. institutions, etc
  • Monitor the movement of forest produces
  • To assist section heads in carrying out project activities within EPRO jurisdiction.
  • Maintain record for his subordinates (leave records, travel and daily allowances, promotion, disciplinary action, etc)
  • To collect and disburse payment to the staff
  • Collection and timely deposition of government revenues to the account section

9. Central Range Office (CPRO), Lingmithang, Mongar

Under the direct supervision of Chief Forest Officer, the Sr. Park Ranger is entrusted with following activities:

  • Issue permit, mark and allot trees and NWFPs to the resident communities of the park
  • Coordinate patrolling within the Range’s jurisdiction
  • Settlement of offence case as per FNCR 2006
  • Maintenance of records in Forestry Information Database and submission of quarterly progress reports
  • Carry out inspection and issuance of forestry clearances for road alignment, transmission lines, irrigation channels, re-cultivations of private land, land lease, allotment of State Reserved Forest Land to govt. institutions, etc
  • Monitor the movement of forest produces
  • To assist section heads in carrying out project activities within CPRO jurisdiction.
  • Maintain record for his subordinates (leave records, travel and daily allowances, promotion, disciplinary action, etc)
  • To collect and disburse payment to the staff
  • Collection and timely deposition of government revenues to the account section

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